On the Friday before the election, four cases were brought against the Noble campaign, which resulted in Noble receiving 18 points, three over the 15-point disqualification limit, removing him from the ballot about an hour before voting was set to begin Feb. 12 at midnight.
The end of the election cycle was marked by one candidate's disqualification and accusations of inappropriate behavior by the other candidates. Read on to learn about the results of the Undergraduate Senate, Carolina Athletic Association, Residence Hall Association and Rising Senior Class President and Vice President races.
According to a statement from the Board of Elections, the Noble campaign was found guilty of five violations: three counts of misrepresentation, one count of falsification and a location violation.
The second debate of the student body president campaign season ended with the host endorsing candidate Ashton Martin.
The full Undergraduate Senate met Tuesday to discuss new appointments to various positions in the UNC Supreme Court, Board of Elections and full Senate. Here’s what you need to know:
“I think I could never forget it, regardless (of whether) I was a Black student,” UNC junior Sydney Adams said. “I don’t know if it’s something I can feel resolved about ever, especially because I don’t think the solution here is going to be to my benefit at all.” In the minds of UNC students of color, Silent Sam has remained a permanent presence. So much so, that for some it's been difficult to focus on their academics and extracurricular activities.
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All the initiatives started by Carol Folt but left behind after her announcement of her resignation.
Counter-protesters emphasized the importance of continuing to fight, even if the supporters of Silent Sam don't show up.
Have you ever taken the time to thank your hard-working RA? You should! RAs sacrifice spending time with their families over breaks to make sure that students who stay on campus remain safe.
Junior computer science major Suvrat Jhamb poses at Chapel of the Cross before voting in his first midterm election. Jhamb, who was born in India and got his citizenship four years ago, went to the polls with his two friends.
Raul Arce Jimenez speaks to supporters after arraignment. Photo by Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez.
Author of BlacKkKlansman Ron Stallworth holds the Ku Klux Klan membership card issued to him by David Duke in 1979.